The egroups list as well as others allow pictures to be posted, I am not saying that they are competent however. I can, and I am sure that most other people can handle the files just fine. I realize that some can't but that is there problem. I am not trying to sound harsh, but I like to use the tools available to me and not have to be slowed down by the people who do not have the proper tools. I can also specify with my mail program to not accept any messages over a given size. SO I could filter them out if I wantedI don't think there's a competent list on earth that "allows" pictures or other binary-encoded files. Mail lists are designed to work well with *any* operating system, but attachments give many of the dumb "Eunuchs" servers fits (among other problems).
Just use a web page for the pic (many here will let you use theirs, if you ask nicely), and post the URL to the list. Most modern mail programs let you go there by simply clicking on the address.
I am lazy and sometimes it is just easier to mail it
That way, you aren't wasting huge amounts of bandwidth to send it to those who don't care to look at it.
Bandwidth is cheap now a days
Just my .5 cents worth.
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